Welcome from Rockland County’s Volunteer Responders

Whether you volunteer to fight fires or provide emergency medical services, you will be making a commitment of time—usually about seven or eight hours a week. In addition to going out on calls, you will spend time training, attending meetings, maintaining the equipment, and a variety of other duties. Of course, there is no limit to how much time you are willing to give.

There are many other ways to volunteer as well. Administrators, dispatchers, fire police who direct traffic, service personnel to provide comfort and support at the scene—these are just a few of the many opportunities that exist for adult volunteers of any age.

Volunteering requires you to devote time to learning and maintaining skills. All your training will be provided, and once your training is complete, you will be expertly prepared to respond professionally as part of your community’s first line of defense in time of crisis.

To learn more about what it means to volunteer in your own community, speak with the recruitment coordinator at your local fire department or EMS unit.

If you’d like to become a volunteer, choose the Volunteer Form button and submit your application.
For more information contact Rockland County Fire Training Center at Tel: (845) 364-8800

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